Arbitration India: Technology, Media & Telecommunications

The SIAC, in conjunction with the Confederation of Indian Industry, will be jointly organising a seminar titled “Arbitration India: Technology, Media & Telecommunications” on Friday, 26 April 2013 in New Delhi, India.

The seminar will examine the challenges for the industry and arbitration as a mode of dispute resolution for Indian parties in the TMT sphere. The detailed programme can be found here.

Olswang partners Andrew Stott and Jonathan Choo will be chairing the two panel sessions. The morning session, chaired by Andrew, looks at “Current Legal Issues in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Sectors in India“. Practitioners and in-house counsels will be discussing the following issues:

  • Current global TMT trends and how they impact the sectors in India;
  • M&A and Investment climate and joint venture issues;
  • Regulatory changes and challenges;
  • Licensing issues; and
  • Intellectual property and data protection challenges.

The afternoon session “Exploring How Arbitration Works Effectively and Efficiently for Disputes in the TMT Sectors” will be chaired by Jonathan. Readers might be interested in some of our previous posts dealing with this issue. These include:

We work forward to meeting with our readers in New Delhi and welcome a robust exchange of ideas.

About Shaun Lee

Dual-qualified International Dispute Resolution and Arbitration lawyer (Singapore and England & Wales). Chartered Institute of Arbitration Fellow. Member of SIAC Reserve Panel of Arbitrators. Panel of Arbitrators and Panelist for Domain Name Dispute Resolution at the AIAC.
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